Twitter WhatsApp Calls for resolution to Wage Subsidy maternity debacle By News Highland – May 19, 2020 Twitter Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest There are calls for a cross-party agreement to end the exclusion of women returning from maternity leave from the Wage Subsidy Scheme.Currently, women returning from maternity leave are excluded on the grounds that, despite being employees, they were not on their employer’s payroll on February 29th.Donegal Deputy Padraig MacLochlainn says the Finance Minister has the ability to make these changes without requiring immediate change to primary legislation.Therefore, he says its time he acted:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/padlkjlkljmaternity1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews Pinterest FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Google+ Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Harps come back to win in Waterford Previous articleRedcastle to Gleneely Road closed for much of todayNext articleMagee Medical School officially given green light News Highland
Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article National officer Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical UnionBut surely most of us have moved on since the 1970s. Most employers are capable of understanding that not every union is the same. Some unions have track records of voluntary recognition demonstrating real bottom line benefits. Some have such competence, paid for out of their own resources, in safety, training, stakeholder pensions and representation skills from the factory floor to the European Parliament. Others do not have this partnership of equals, but employers are capable of taking a view as to what suits employees and them as the best “voice” for the workforce.I would be upset, though, if any company’s judgement of these issues is distorted by a lack of understanding of the their own HR/IR environment. None of us are sure yet how the processes of recognition will work, and we have all been frustrated by the late arrival of the guidance documentation after D-Day on 6 June. But that’s a detail, frankly, if companies have been wise enough to think about a voluntary approach before the legislation kicks in. More serious is the need for companies to address the intelligence they have about modern unions. Some HR managers have never dealt with a competent regional official of a union who has several years’ experience of the local labour market. Some other managers still see Arthur Scargill’s balmy army piling out of coaches at someone else’s factory and think he’ll be outside theirs the minute any union is recognised. Other managers have no idea exactly how hard one or two unions are working to leave the victim culture behind.They should relax. There is no company more American than Coca-Cola. No other US company has such corporate experience of every type of HR culture around the world. No-one forces them to do anything. In Wakefield in Yorkshire, they have signed this month the third five-year deal in a row with the AEEU. The stability this ensures for the plant is obvious. The workers get 5 per cent up front, giving the shopfloor technicians salaries ranging from £20,450 to £31,000. There will be regular reviews throughout the agreement. No one should be frightened of this type of relationship. We all get a drink out of it and we all deserve one, too. Related posts:No related photos. CommentOn 13 Jun 2000 in Personnel Today
Blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr. is set to appear on the upcoming 45th season of Austin City Limits next month on March 5th. Clark’s appearance on the performance-based television show in his hometown of Austin, TX next Tuesday will be taped and aired on cable television on a later date. Unlike most of the live performances which take place on the ACL stage, Clark announced on Tuesday that his upcoming performance will be streamed live on the show’s YouTube channel for fans around the country to tune in and enjoy prior to the episode’s arrival on television in the weeks to follow.Clark will appear on the television show for the third time in his career to help promote his latest studio album, This Land, which arrived just last Friday on Warner Bros. Records. Fans should assume that Clark will perform a handful of his new material, including the pre-release singles in “This Land”, “Feed The Babies“, and “Pearl Cadillac“. Clark was also the featured musical guest on a recent episode of Saturday Night Live earlier this month as well.Related: ‘Austin City Limits’ Shares Pro-Shot Video Of Gary Clark Jr.’s “Night Time Is The Right Time”“I’d been experimenting with beats and I kind of got on the empty seat with this one and started that way, I kind of wanted to start from the bottom and have that heavy kick and [the] crack of the snares,” Clark said recently about the new sounds and subtle changes in musical direction he chose to embark on for his latest studio project. “I just fell into it. I put my headphones on and just kind of went to work.”The guitarist’s appearance on Austin City Limits is not the only live gig which Clark has on his 2019 performance schedule. His spring 2019 tour begins shortly after his television appearance beginning on March 9th in Miami Beach, and he will remain on the road well into the summer months and even into September. Clark’s tour schedule also includes appearances at New Orleans Jazz Fest, BottleRock Napa, Jazz Aspen Snowmass, and LOCKN‘, just to name a few.Fans can head to Clark’s website for ticket info to all of his upcoming 2019 performances, and tune into the ACL YouTube when Clark’s performance is streamed live next Tuesday beginning at 8 p.m. CST.
— Ashley Tisdale— Carly Rae Jepsen— Derek Hough He turned 33 in 2010. That year, Brady was in his 11th NFL season, and he passed for 3,900 yards, 36 touchdowns and four interceptions, and he set a league record by finishing the regular season with 335 consecutive passes without a pick. He was also the first player in NFL history to become a unanimous selection for MVP.MORE: Super Bowl 53: Odds, picks for Rams vs. PatriotsBill BelichickThe 66-year-old is in his 44th season as an NFL coach and is in his 20th season as head coach of the Patriots. He’s won five Super Bowls as a head coach and two more as a coordinator.He turned 33 in 1985 and was the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants. He stayed with the team for 12 seasons, working under head coach Bill Parcells.Tony RomoThe 38-year-old won’t be on the field for Super Bowl 53, but he’ll certainly be one of the biggest attractions during the game. The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback will be in the broadcast booth for CBS, likely impressing fans with his ability to predict plays before they happen .He turned 33 in 2013 and was in his 11th season in the NFL. He threw for 31 touchdowns and led the Cowboys to an 8-7 record with the league’s worst defense. That season, Romo suffered a herniated disk against Washington on Dec. 22, but stayed in and threw a game-winning touchdown pass to keep Dallas’ playoff hopes alive:Tiger WoodsTiger Woods enjoyed many successes during his Age 33 year, but he also suffered the most devastating blow to his reputation. Though he won several tournaments and was the leading money-winner on the PGA Tour, a sex scandal in November 2009 rocked his personal life and made him the world’s No. 1 gossip item.Michael JordanThe 55-year-old NBA legend turned 33 in 1996. In the 1995-96 season, the Chicago Bulls defeated the Seattle SuperSonics 4–2 in the NBA Finals to win their fourth championship. Jordan was named Finals MVP for a record fourth time, surpassing Magic Johnson’s three Finals MVP awards.The title win was extremely emotional for Jordan. It was his first championship since his father’s murder and came on Father’s Day.The day included a memorable interview and scene of him crying on the locker room floor:Jordan also starred in the sports comedy “Space Jam,” which was released in 1996:Donald TrumpThe 72-year-old U.S. president turned 33 in 1980. At the time he was a real-estate developer and not yet a national celebrity.In the video below, a young Trump sat down with Tom Brokaw to talk real estate in New York City:Michael JacksonThe King of Pop turned 33 in 1991. He released “Dangerous,” his eighth studio album. It featured several hit songs, including:Black or WhiteWill You Be ThereRemember The TimeElvis PresleyThe King of Rock ‘n’ Roll turned 33 in 1968.Presley stepped away from music to star in several movies, until his 1968 television special, known as the “’68 Comeback Special,” which relaunched his music career. Oprah WinfreyThe 64-year-old turned 33 in 1987. “The Oprah Winfrey Show” was in its infancy. She hosted the Daytime Emmy Awards and won her first Emmy for Outstanding Talk Show Host. During that year, she tackled the tough subject of race, when she interviewed residents from an all-white county in Georgia.Warning: Video contains offensive language33-year-old Athletes and Celebrities:— Cristiano Ronaldo— Wayne Rooney— Luka Modric— Michael Phelps— Chris Paul— Alex Ovechkin— JR Smith— Roman Reigns— Dwight Howard— Ciara— Bruno Mars— J. Cole— Anna Kendrick— Keira Knightley— Raven-Symoné— Kaley Cuoco— Chrissy Teigen— Gale Gadot— Lana Del Rey— Amanda Seyfried When the Rams take the field for Super Bowl 53 on Feb. 3, 33-year-old Sean McVay will become the youngest coach in football history to lead his team into the big game. It is no doubt an incredible accomplishment — and it got us thinking: Where were other major sports stars and celebrities at age 33?Tom BradyThe 41-year-old quarterback has won the Super Bowl five times. Super Bowl 53 marks his ninth return to the big game in 19 seasons with the Patriots.